Mystery message from Frontier

Roland Tanglao
Tue, 9 Apr 2002 15:41:26 -0700

On Tuesday, April 9, 2002, at 03:24  PM, David A. Bayly wrote:
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> I think your problem is that the referer isn't getting from the browser 
> to Frontier.  Doug's problem may be that he only ever referenced the 
> website from localhost, so there never was a referer and the table 
> wasn't created . I'm guessing.

Hello again David and other Manila/Frontier gurus!

Well since I had to end the Frontier task from the Windows 2000 Process 
manager, strange things could have happened including the deletion of 
this table.  I know that other elements of other tables were deleted so 
I am guessing that this table could also have be deleted after the task 
was ended forcibly.

If simply re-creating the problem doesn't work, I will try the debugging 
strategy you outline below since I do have access to the server (but not 
until tomorrow).

Thanks for the quick reply!

<debugging strategy>
> I know how to debug your problem though. Do you have access to the 
> server? If so set config.mainresponder.prefs.flDebug to true. Reproduce 
> the problem, then look at config.mainresponder.debugLog. Look at 
> paramsin. Look at requestheaders. tabale. Wjat do you see?
> Don't forget to set  t config.mainresponder.prefs.flDebug to false.
</debugging strategy>